Studies Weekly Presidential Election Lesson Plan

Lesson 11: Election

Objective for the Lesson: This is it! The presidential election of 2020. The student mock election is over, and the results are known. Now, it is time to compare what the students thought with what the voters actually did when they cast votes on Election Day. Student Expectations: Fill in an electoral map that reflects…

Studies Weekly Register to Vote Lesson Plan

Lesson 7: How Do You Register to Vote

Objective for the Lesson: This lesson will provide some general guidelines and information to help students understand how citizens register to vote. Weekly Summary: We understand that in order to vote, you have to be a citizen and at least 18 years old. What happens next? How do citizens become registered to vote? Most states…

Register to Vote Lesson Plan Studies Weekly

Lesson 7: How Do You Register to Vote

Objective for the Lesson: This lesson will provide some general guidelines and information to help students understand how citizens register to vote. Weekly Summary: We understand that in order to vote, you have to be a citizen and at least 18 years old. What happens next? How do citizens become registered to vote? Most states…

Political Candidates Lesson Plan Studies Weekly

Lesson 8: Know Your Candidates

Objective for the Lesson: In this lesson, students will discuss the importance of learning about candidates so they can be educated voters and know as much as possible about the person they are voting for. Weekly Summary: Students will understand that it is important for voters to know what the different candidates in an election…

Political Campaigns Studies Weekly Lesson Plan

Lesson 9: Political Campaigns

Objective for the Lesson: This lesson will introduce students to the campaign process and what candidates do when they want to be elected to office. Weekly Summary: A big part of every election is the preceding campaign season when the candidates work to convince voters that they are the best person for the job. This…